( ENSPIRE She Did That ) Dr. Gilda Carle Recently Published Book Meant to Share “Street Smart” Secrets to Businesses and Entrepreneurs
ENSPIRE Contributor: Elizabeth Casillas
Management consultant for Fortune 500, Dr. Gilda Carle, has recently published “One-Up Strategies Business Schools Don’t Teach.” This book gears towards businesses and people who want to improve their goals and plans. With a lot of experience with interpersonal communication and a diverse list of clients, Dr. Carle offers a comprehensive guide to career success.
Dr. Gilda was born into a middle-class family where education was heavily prioritized. This led her to receive a Ph.D. in Educational leadership and becoming a teacher. She taught at a school in the South Bronx, one of the most crime-ridden areas in the United States. Her students regularly shared their street smarts skills to survive in their neighborhoods, and Dr. Gilda started forming a connection between the skills necessary to survive in the streets and the skills necessary to survive a corporate career. In both cases, there will always be people trying to take advantage of limitations and weaknesses, and Dr. Gilda is there to make sure it does not happen.
Dr. Gilda has offered her services to big corporations floundering due to unseen issues. These issues could involve employee engagement, management style, and interpersonal relationships. One of the biggest problems companies face can be solved by solving interpersonal solutions. The way employees communicate with one another has a huge impact on job productivity and the inclination to work hard. This was the inspiration behind Dr. Gilda’s book, “One-Up Strategies Business Schools Don’t Teach.” She wanted to provide companies with the knowledge they might not have heard before.
Not only big companies but small corporations can benefit from this book. For a small business, Dr. Gilda has one important piece of advice, “view every bump in the road as only a test.” It will be a hard journey for small businesses to take off, but perseverance is the most important thing.
Dr. Carle is living proof that, with perseverance, one person could have a strong impact on people from all walks of life. She has worked on 1:1 sessions with people starting a business to CEO’s wanting to improve their business, and she has been able to efficiently cater to their needs. This involves using skills such as reading between the lines and understanding how people are in control of their profits and their success. These skill sets are not taught enough in school. Dr. Gilda believes that while credentials are important, they should not be the only thing a person brings to their work, “emotional intelligence, tenacity, thirst for digging deeper, and interpersonal grace are musts.”